Metal Cutting Discs For Angle Grinders & Chop Saws

For Angle Grinders & Chop Saws

Cibo Abrasives supply 2 main families of metal cutting discs for stainless steel, steel and alloy metals, to get a premium cut every time.  AFS also carry Right Lines Diamond cutting blades. These discs are ideal for construction work, cutting granite, stone and brick.

Cibo Top Line Cutting Discs:

  • 115mm (4.5")
  • 125mm (5")
  • Demanding, technical applications

Industrial Line Cutting Discs:

  • 115mm (4.5")
  • 125mm (5")
  • 180mm (7")
  • 230mm (9")
  • Disc of choice for metal and stainless fabricators.

Right Lines Multi Slysa Diamond Blade Cutting Discs:

  • 125mm (5")
  • 230mm (9")
  • 300mm (12") 
  • Perfect for construction work, cutting granite, brick and stone
Metal Cutting Discs For Angle Grinders & Chop Saws

Metal Cutting Discs For Angle Grinders & Chop Saws FAQs

  • Can I use a cutting disc to cut stone?

    With the Multi Slysa Diamond Blade Cutting Discs, yes you can.  The design of these blades allows for them to be used on granite, stone, brick and a range of other construction materials.


    Their durability means they are a main stay on work sites, as one disc is used on various materials.  That durability is in part thanks to the laser welded diamond segments that run around the circumference of the disc.  The segments are 10mm deep, giving them long life.


    Their life time is further extended by the "turbo" pattern on the segments that aid in cooling as the discs cut, reducing wear. 


    AFS carry a range of these versatile discs in differing sizes (125mm, 230mm & 300mm), allowing them to be mounted on either an angle grinder, a chop saw or a Stihl saw. 

  • Are 1mm cutting discs safe?

    Yes. When used correctly they are a great product for cutting thin metals. We recommend them for metal less than 2mm in thickness.

  • Can I use a cutting disc for deburring?

    No. Cutting discs are made up of reinforcing layers so they are safe to work on the end of the disc. Unless they are specifically designed for deburring then they will not have enough layers to ensure operator safety.

  • Why do cutting discs have an expiry date?

    This is a historical thing. Traditional resins used in cutting discs had a relatively short shelf life and therefore they had to be given an expiry date. The law has however not kept up with changing technology and modern resins last much longer.

    Please note though that we cannot and will not recommend that discs are used beyond their expiry date

  • Is there a difference between discs for steel and stainless steel?

    Traditionally yes. But as a premium supplier we now only supply discs which are suitable for use on both stainless steel and mild steel.